Clothes you find attractive on men / women

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09 May 2012, 7:28 am

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Also I think this is a thread about clothes we like on people we like, not what people have to wear for us to like them.

You know what I really react poorly to? Men wearing scarves. It just screams self-serious acting/art student / possible hipster, a type I have a serious negative connotation with.
Also fedoras (esp. woven), it's a shame because it used to be such a sharp look, but they've been douchified in my mind permanently.


As an avid scarf lover I have to agree with you here. I think a scarf is GLORIOUS on a girl, I think it looks cool as hell in comic books and anime but when I see a real dude wearing one it just looks really bad. I've considered buying scarves before but I just do not think it would look good at all on me unless I lost a ton of weight so I was very very skinny. I think a lot of stylish cool things just don't look good on the majority of people, mainly males. THAT'S MY SUBJECTIVE OPINION BEFORE YOU CRUCIFY ME FOR BEING SHALLOW.

Honestly, I will instantly hate someone if I see them wearing a fedora. They are stupid and ugly (in my opinion).


IKR it's so silly but I have such an intense emotional reaction to those hats, it's like they automatically make the wearer look smug and stupid at the same time and I wanna smack it off their head.
This thread is all subjective opinions. As long as we're talking about the clothes and not the people in them I don't think anyone is going to hire a carpenter.


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09 May 2012, 7:37 am

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I like men in geeky tshirts, a zip up jumper or hoody, normal semi baggy mens jeans and converse.

I like women to wear the same. 8)


Jumpers =/= men's wear. We don't wear dresses unless we're drag queens, gay, trans, or Scottish (At least they have kilts).


Jumper is the same as a Sweater in the UK and probably other countries. depends where the OP is from.. Thought a Cardigan is a zip up sweater if I remember correctly


A "jumper" in USA is the same as a "pinafore" in the UK and Aus/NZ, I think. "Jumper" in the UK is what we call a pullover sweater in the US.



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09 May 2012, 8:22 am

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Ah, yes, say what you will about a LBD (little black dress), there's nothing quite like rocking a LRD. 8)



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09 May 2012, 9:01 am

DogsWithoutHorses wrote:
You know what I really react poorly to? Men wearing scarves. It just screams self-serious acting/art student / possible hipster, a type I have a serious negative connotation with.
Also fedoras (esp. woven), it's a shame because it used to be such a sharp look, but they've been douchified in my mind permanently.

My own view is that there's nowt to beat a chap in a nice muffler though. Point taken about the "over-the-shoulder" scarves though. Mind you nearly everything is like that with me.........fashion can be so tiresome.



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11 May 2012, 8:01 am

If it
a) suits them
b) clean
c) in a decent condition
d) they feel comfortable in it
e)they don't look like a douche/emo/hipster
I really don't mind what they wear.

That means that depending on the guy I'd find either casual clothes, a nice shirt or a metal tee attractive.



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11 May 2012, 8:25 am

DogsWithoutHorses wrote:
You know what I really react poorly to? Men wearing scarves. It just screams self-serious acting/art student / possible hipster, a type I have a serious negative connotation with.
Also fedoras (esp. woven), it's a shame because it used to be such a sharp look, but they've been douchified in my mind permanently.


I wear a scarf when I have to spend a lot of time in the cold in winter. Else, my neck is more vulnerable to the cold, which is getting more extreme in recent years, with people actually freezing to death here in week-long freezes with snow storms where we used to have a temperature slightly above freezing and rain. Personally, I think fedoras are a bit too popular for their added value. I wear my own type of hats - though, nowhere near as odd as the ones my father wears.



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11 May 2012, 10:18 am

On women: buttoned shirts.



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11 May 2012, 10:20 am

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On women: buttoned shirts.


Yeah, they're much better unbuttoned ;)



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11 May 2012, 11:03 am

JanuaryMan wrote:
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On women: buttoned shirts.


Yeah, they're much better unbuttoned ;)


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11 May 2012, 4:18 pm

Black. It just makes a man look amazing. That, and stylish messy hair. And, vampires are sexy.

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11 May 2012, 4:28 pm

HisDivineMajesty wrote:
DogsWithoutHorses wrote:
You know what I really react poorly to? Men wearing scarves. It just screams self-serious acting/art student / possible hipster, a type I have a serious negative connotation with.
Also fedoras (esp. woven), it's a shame because it used to be such a sharp look, but they've been douchified in my mind permanently.


I wear a scarf when I have to spend a lot of time in the cold in winter. Else, my neck is more vulnerable to the cold, which is getting more extreme in recent years, with people actually freezing to death here in week-long freezes with snow storms where we used to have a temperature slightly above freezing and rain. Personally, I think fedoras are a bit too popular for their added value. I wear my own type of hats - though, nowhere near as odd as the ones my father wears.


Right, when it's appropriate outerwear they don't standout to me, it's when they're worn for "fashion" especially with short sleeves that I recoil.
Hats are tough to pull off in general, some kinds are nearly always awful, but when it's right it's right.


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11 May 2012, 6:36 pm

Something else I remembered I like

Women who steal your boxers and a shirt/t shirt for sleeping in always look cute as hell especially when your shirts drown them XD.


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11 May 2012, 6:38 pm

DogOfJudah wrote:
Something else I remembered I like

Women who steal your boxers and a shirt/t shirt for sleeping in always look cute as hell especially when your shirts drown them XD.


Why does that look cute? I honestly want to know why, because I've never understood it.



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11 May 2012, 7:09 pm

I like boyshorts and short boxers on women. Those high socks are also neat. :P



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11 May 2012, 7:13 pm

I actually find professional clothing on women to be very attractive. I don't know, I just like do.


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11 May 2012, 7:18 pm

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I actually find professional clothing on women to be very attractive. I don't know, I just like do.


What do you mean by professional? Suits and knots, or uniforms that indicate some specific profession, like policewoman or nurse?